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A fax including a question about the poster went unanswered.Frame 5 of “Dangerous Love” recounts how the foreigner meets frequently with Ms.I never dated a foreigner in Australia because I’m pretty conventional.”“I never saw a poster like that in Australia,” she added.In the Dongdan subway station, the poster adorns two orange pillars on the busy platform for the No. Over 15 minutes, none of the people rushing by or waiting for a train read the sign, except for a woman who identified herself as Ms. She said she had stopped in front of one because reporters were photographing it. Chen, 26, a saleswoman, said she thought the warning was a good idea.“It’s necessary for the government to have these kinds of warnings, because some Chinese women are naïve,” she said.I know, we sound like the biggest weirdos, but she asked us to!
“But I don’t think my brother,” who is studying in Beijing, “is at all aware of this, and he is in those student circles.”A young couple who gave their names as Ms. Zhang had not noticed the poster until reporters pointed it out. Zhang said, “The cartoon is quite realistic, because you do see foreign men hitting on Chinese women, more often than foreign women hitting on Chinese men.”His girlfriend said: “I studied in Sydney.”“How could ordinary people know anything about state secrets? Liu, a resident of Wudaoying Lane in central Beijing, where one of the posters hangs on the wall of a construction site.“If even young girls know secrets, what kind of secrets are they? Liu, who gave only his surname and put his age at “about 50,” after answering a knock at his door late on a warm morning.“What?!” asked a woman strolling along the lane who identified herself only as Ms. (No one who was asked about the potentially delicate topic of national security would disclose a full name.) She looked unfazed when questioned about National Security Education Day.“I run a restaurant called Chi Mian” — Mandarin for “eat noodles” — “just down the lane, and we get lots of foreigners,” she said. They’re very nice and never cause trouble, even after they’ve been drinking.”Teriza, 25, a Czech tourist who was with her parents, said the idea of a public campaign warning against foreign spies in peacetime was not a big deal to her family, since their own country had a Communist past. Li is told: “You’re a state employee but your security knowledge is very superficial.In fact, she didn't even notice when we left the bar because they were so deep in conversation. I don't think we'll ever have to do a secret double date again, but it was a fun experiment.And I want to know if you and your friends have a plan for dates! Have you ever had somebody be in the neighborhood too?
The Chinese state news media reported on Tuesday that a former computer technician, Huang Yu, 41, who worked at a cryptographic institute in Chengdu, had been sentenced to death for selling 150,000 classified documents to foreign spies from 2002 to 2011.